Visiting Fellows Program

Colloquim CHW has a program through which visiting researchers devote an academic year or a semester in residence at Princeton to research, discussions and scholarly collaborations concerned with the determinants of physical, mental and emotional wellbeing, and the effects of public policy on health and wellbeing. Visiting researchers represent a variety of health-related disciplines, including medicine, psychology, biology, epidemiology, economics, sociology and related social science disciplines.

Visiting Fellow Opportunities

The Center for Health and Wellbeing (CHW), part of the Woodrow Wilson School, invites outstanding researchers to apply for appointments each year. CHW supports research on the multiple aspects of health and wellbeing in both developed and developing countries. Successful candidates will devote an academic year or a semester in residence at Princeton to research, discussions, and scholarly collaborations concerned with the determinants of physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing, and the effects of public policy on health and wellbeing. Applications are welcome from researchers in a variety of health-related disciplines, including medicine, psychology, biology, epidemiology, economics, sociology, and related social science disciplines.

There are three different appointments. Please apply to the one that best describes your situation.  Application deadline is December 15, 2016.

Postdoctoral Research Associates

Postdoctoral Research Associates are scholars who obtained their PhD degree or equivalent degree within the past three years, and who will not be employed by another institution during their stay at Princeton. Learn more.

Visiting Research Scholars 

Visiting Research Scholars must be employed at an academic institution other than Princeton during their visit. Learn more.

Associate Research Scholars 

Associate Research Scholars are researchers who received a PhD or equivalent degree more than three years ago, and will not be employed at another institution during their stay at Princeton. Learn more.